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On-Campus Resources

Here are some on-campus resources for your use !

A look into the on-campus EDI resources.

Our office is a part of the Division of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and Student Affairs, which consists of many other on-campus resources that have been useful for students. The EDISA departments focus on making and sustaining an accessible, inclusive and anti-racist campus climate, which is why we believe it is important for our students to know about the different departments. They are all listed below:

This office is here to ensure and protect your rights, it is charged with ensuring that university policies and programs comply with applicable Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action laws.

You can check out their page here!

 

The Blugold Beginnings program works to educate and inspire students, especially underrepresented, low income or first generation students, to believe that a post-secondary education is important, attainable, and available at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and other institutions.

You can check out their page here!

Blugld Beginnings students outside flying like airplanes

CASA is a sexual assault support service that maintains a victim centered approach. We provide a safe place for people to come and talk about any issues that they may have surrounding their sexual assault, or those of someone close to them. Even if you are not sure about a sexual experience and are now feeling uncomfortable with what happened, CASA would be glad to talk with you.

Check out their page here!

UW-Eau Claire Counseling Services is a place on campus where you can find someone to talk to when you're feeling hopeless, lonely, depressed, confused, upset over a relationship, or just plain stressed.

Counseling a student
Providing support for students

Counselor listening to a student

Check out their page here! 

 

 

The Dean of Students Office provides an array of services and programs to support UW-Eau Claire students by promoting a supportive and socially responsible campus community, advocating for the needs of all students, encouraging student leadership and accountability, and providing crisis services and conflict resolution.

Check out their page here! 

The Gender & Sexuality Resource Center is dedicated to creating a safe and inclusive campus for all students, while advocating for and celebrating those identities that have historically been and continue to be marginalized.

UW-Eau Claire is ranked #3 in College Choice rankings for the 50 Best Colleges for LGBTQ Students and this office obviously played a large part in this.

Gender & Sexuality Resource Center
Gender & Sexuality Resource Center

If you’re passionate about the challenges and issues women and the LGBTQIA+ community face, this center offers resources, information and programs for our campus. The Gender & Sexuality Resource Center is also a place you can relax with other Blugolds.

Check out their page here! 

 

 

The TRIO Ronald E McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program is a graduate school preparatory program funded by the U.S. Department of Education and sponsored by UW-Eau Claire. Named after American astronaut Dr. Ronald McNair, the McNair program aims to level the playing field in graduate education and diversify the American research community by class, socio-economic status, and ethnicity.

McNair Scholar group on presentation day

Check out their page here! 

The Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) office facilitates accommodations and services to students with disabilities that ensure equal access to university programs, services and activities.

Check out their page here! 

Student Health Service provides low cost, inclusive, high-quality health care for students at UW-Eau Claire. We offer a wide variety of clinical services and health education programs designed to enhance the overall health and wellness of the campus community.

Female doctors talking.
Female doctors talking

Female doctors talking.

Check out their page here! 

UW-Eau Claire's Student Support Services (SSS), funded by a federal TRIO grant, provides access to a wide range of academic assistance for its 300 student participants. SSS also offers its students a variety of supplemental services to help increase the retention and graduation rates of participating students.

Check out their page here! 

The Upward Bound program at UW-Eau Claire is a federally-funded TRIO program dedicated to the preparation for, admission to, and successful completion of a college degree for eligible first-generation and/or low-income high school students.

2017_UpwardBound_Group

2017 Upward Bound Participants

Check out their page here! 

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